Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of bracer.

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Examples

  • The bracers were the first to go, at that point though it didn't make any sense to have a

    World of war

  • Such drinks were originally created as bracers with which to greet the dawn, and Day hopes to add others to his menu.

    Supersized Cocktails

  • Leathery wings, black beneath their sprinkling of dust; taloned fingers and toes; waist-length red hair; mouth open in a silent and endless scream; abstract Celtic designs—concentric circles, triskelions, delicate loops—were inked along the right-hand side of the body, throat, torso, hand; a thick gold torc twisted around the throat; bracers encircled both corded wrists and the right biceps.

    Etched in Bone

  • Such drinks were originally created as bracers with which to greet the dawn, and Day hopes to add others to his menu.

    Supersized Cocktails

  • Leathery wings, black beneath their sprinkling of dust; taloned fingers and toes; waist-length red hair; mouth open in a silent and endless scream; abstract Celtic designs—concentric circles, triskelions, delicate loops—were inked along the right-hand side of the body, throat, torso, hand; a thick gold torc twisted around the throat; bracers encircled both corded wrists and the right biceps.

    Etched in Bone

  • If you have access to decent leather of course use that, and you'll find wrist bracers and a quiver are also easy to fabricate.

    First serious bow?q

  • A few pills in the center console cup holder as bracers before heavy traffic and $661 in the ashtray for tolls.

    Jason Shih, Jon Corzine, Ecstasy, and Middlesex County Democratic Committee paychecks. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • Leathery wings, black beneath their sprinkling of dust; taloned fingers and toes; waist-length red hair; mouth open in a silent and endless scream; abstract Celtic designs—concentric circles, triskelions, delicate loops—were inked along the right-hand side of the body, throat, torso, hand; a thick gold torc twisted around the throat; bracers encircled both corded wrists and the right biceps.

    Etched in Bone

  • If you have access to decent leather of course use that, and you'll find wrist bracers and a quiver are also easy to fabricate.

    First serious bow?q

  • Leathery wings, black beneath their sprinkling of dust; taloned fingers and toes; waist-length red hair; mouth open in a silent and endless scream; abstract Celtic designs—concentric circles, triskelions, delicate loops—were inked along the right-hand side of the body, throat, torso, hand; a thick gold torc twisted around the throat; bracers encircled both corded wrists and the right biceps.

    Etched in Bone

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